Are we doing Homecoming wrong?

Bella Geroulis

October 11, 2016

Filed under Opinions/Editorials

It seems like New Trier dances always end up being not about the dance itself, but about the excessive add ons that come with it. Besides our above average education and extracurricular system, New Trier proves itself to be ...

Students ambivalent about features of the new iPhone

Emily Challenger

October 11, 2016

Filed under Features

With the new iPhone 7, has Apple pushed the limits with what they can and cannot improve? Each year, Apple strives to release a new product with a bang. Something is always changed, whether it’s phone shape, color, glass, or o...

Teams face off against perrenial rivals in one day

Emily Wong, Sports Editor

October 10, 2016

Filed under Sports

Friday, Sept. 23, three New Trier sports teams took on some of the school’s biggest rivals. Football played the Evanston Wildkits while boys’ soccer and girls’ volleyball were up against the Loyola Ramblers. Football won...

Girls cross country runs for cancer awareness

Lindsey Burns, Sports Editor

October 10, 2016

Filed under Sports

In support of breast and ovarian cancer awareness, girls cross country ran more than 800 miles in a day and raised over $12,000 for Bright Pink, a Chicago-based non-profit. According to their website, Bright Pink’s mission...

Art is not dead, not yet, anyway

New Trier News Staff

October 10, 2016

Filed under Opinions/Editorials

When we were all in middle school, playing an instrument or preforming in a school play was not an oddity. Furthermore, an art class was part of our every day curriculum—with students having a designated art, drama, or music...

Don’t worry, you’re not dying

Sam Blanc, Opinions Editor

October 10, 2016

Filed under Opinions/Editorials

I had a pretty good summer, but one of the low points would have to be getting the plague. It was just like any other day. I woke up and groggily hobbled into the bathroom to brush my teeth, but looking in the mirror, BAM! My...

New helmet stickers unveiled for every game, celebrating history

Charlie Burton

October 8, 2016

Filed under Sports

For the first time in school history, New Trier football will be wearing nine different historic logos on their helmet for every game this year. The different logos range from the Porta Nigra symbol to the cowboy star and the Indi...

Life lessons learned from Mariano’s

Max Minogue, Opinion's writer

October 8, 2016

Filed under Opinions/Editorials

With the start of the new school year, it’s officially my one-year anniversary. One year ago, a smaller version of myself walked into a neighborhood corporate grocery store and asked for a job. One year later, I still find my...